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13 Jan, 2024
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Code within the Apple Store app indicates that users can now seamlessly scan their faces to choose the ideal sizing for their Vision Pro accessories.

According to code findings by MacRumors contributor Aaron Perris, this feature aims to guide customers in determining the correct sizes of components required for the Apple Vision Pro, a cutting-edge device that demands precise fitting for optimal functionality.

The inclusion of facial scanning directly within the app implies a user-friendly approach, eliminating the necessity for customers to visit physical Apple stores to determine their perfect fit.

Furthermore, as hinted by the code, Apple may offer the option to engrave the Vision Pro, although the specific location for such engravings remains unclear.

The Vision Pro set to launch on February 2 with pre-orders starting on January 19 at 5:00 a.m. Pacific Time.